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Households to save with power bill limits

Hundreds of thousands of households and small businesses are expected to save on their electricity bills with the introduction of a new government-enforced price limit.

Car sale scammers impersonate military

Scammers are luring victims by impersonating defence personnel and saying they urgently need to sell their car because they're about to be deployed.

Vic passengers opt for hotel quarantine

Dozens of passengers on a Perth to Melbourne flight with a COVID-19 infected man have entered hotel quarantine, as thousands of other Victorians self-isolate at home.

Latest on worldwide coronavirus spread

INDIAIndia's coronavirus cases have hit a record peak as countries including Britain, the United States and Germany pledged to send urgent medical aid to help tackle the crisis overwhelming its hospitals.

Morrison support bounces back in Newspoll

Support for Prime Minister Scott Morrison has bounced back strongly in April after it dropped in March as rape allegations engulfed Parliament House, a Newspoll survey shows.

Another chapter in Anzac tradition closes

As Australia prepares to end its 20-year mission in Afghanistan, Anzac Day marks another chapter in the nation's history coming to a close, Prime Minister Scott Morrison says.

Aviation boost as cheap flights sell fast

More than 600,000 half-price flights have been snapped up in just three weeks following the federal government's $1.2 billion package to help tourism bounce back from the COVID-19 pandemic.